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What the Health

You may have heard about the documentary What the Health. It’s well worth watching – for free, with subtitles, at youtube. Check out what doctors and researchers with decades of experience in nutrition have to say about cancer, heart disease, obesity, diabetes, dementia… The good news: You can help yourself today.

Joanna Budwig protocol

Helpful info in this article on the Budwig protocol – for cancer and numerous other diseases: https://www.cancertutor.com/budwig/

UPDATE, October 2017: Here is Chloe Wordsworth’s newsletter summarizing the Budwig Protocol, based on the 300-page ebook by Budwig. Fantastic information, clearly presented.

UPDATE, January 2018: We enjoyed the Budwig Protocol for a few months, but decided in the end to go back to being pure vegetarians (vegan). Read more…

The truth about cancer

High-standard cancer self-help info: https://thetruthaboutcancer.com/

They add new articles regularly. Excellent material.

From a woman facing death

Life lessons, from a woman courageously facing death while going on adventures – external and internal.

Memory, digestion, sense of smell, long life

Fascinating info on ROSEMARY – easy to use and wonderful long-term effects. Read the full Mercola article here.

  • Eat a small amount of organic rosemary leaves every day – in salads or veggies
  • Crumble the spikey leaves and put in a small bottle of olive oil and use on salads
  • “Sniff” the essential oil every day. Make sure you use a high-quality organic brand. Breathe in through one nostril, holding the bottle against your nose; hold your breath and then slowly release through your mouth. Repeat with the other nostril. Also sniff vigorously, holding the bottle to alternate nostrils. May improve your sense of smell (and taste) when you breathe the oil fumes into the sinus cavity every day. May also improve your memory.
  • Use the essential oil (or your own home-made rosemary oil) on your hair/scalp. Healthy for hair – also for the brain. With brain in mind, massage a drop of rosemary oil all across your forehead and a drop on the stem of your neck.

LOSING YOUR SENSE OF SMELL is associated with later experiencing the onset of dementia / Alzheimer’s. Who knows – maybe improving your sense of smell will have a reverse or containment effect on brain deterioration… It costs a few pennies, it’s easy – worth giving it a try.

High-fat diet starves cancer cells

Read the whole of Dr Mercola’s helpful article by clicking here – excerpts below.

The importance of diet for successful cancer treatment

The foundational aspect that must be addressed is the metabolic mitochondrial defect, and this involves radically reducing the non-fiber carbohydrates in your diet and increasing high-quality fats. You may need up to 85 percent of your dietary calories from healthy fats, along with a moderate amount of high-quality protein, as excessive protein can also trigger cancer growth. Read more…

Early signs of ovarian cancer

Survivors describe ovarian cancer as the cancer that whispers. Looking back, they realize they were sick for 2 years or more before they were diagnosed – and the symptoms were there all along.

Here are four common symptoms of ovarian cancer, based on the experience of survivors:

  • bloating (lie on back and press to see whether you can feel any lumps or mass)
  • urinary changes (example: needing to pee more often or during the night)
  • difficulty eating or feeling full quickly; sometimes losing weight quickly
  • pelvic or abdominal pain; sometimes indigestion, stomachaches
  • other: tiredness that doesn’t go away; back pain; constipation
  • a clue: Listen to your gut – respond to any exceptional dips or peaks in what’s normal for your body when they happen over a 1- or 2-month period – “a shift that lasts over time” is how one doctor puts it

Read more…

Can you be too alkaline?

A client mentioned a couple of days ago that she tests off the chart alkaline (using a saliva test and acid/alkaline litmus paper slip). She figured she should not eat foods that make her more alkaline or she’ll really be in trouble… If your saliva or urine test is consistently too alkaline, it’s possible you are seeing the by-product of being too acid! Maybe due to an acidic dietstyle, or a lot of stress in your life, or too much pollution (toxic chemicals in the air, water, food, furniture, paint, etc.). Take a look here at a short piece about being too acidic but showing up alkaline.

Different areas of the body have different acidity ratings. Blood, lymph and cerebral spinal fluid need to be slightly alkaline: pH of 7.4   Cancerous tissues are acidic (less than 7); healthy tissues are alkaline (more than 7). Read more…

It’s cheap, it’s easy to use, it works

A friend of ours swears by French green clay – calcium bentonite. He uses “green clay” for everything. Takes it internally. Uses it externally for anything that comes along – insect bites, mosquitoes, burns… pimples, itchy scalp, falling hair… Anything from a sore throat or a headache to a tumour and radiation.

What he likes best about it: it’s cheap, it’s easy to use and it works. He was so enthusiastic (and healthy) it got us interested and we’re now on our way to becoming committed living clay users!

Some ways to use it Read more…

Sun protection

Interesting take on protection against sunburn and perhaps even skin cancer: foods you eat!

It’s possible that eating (ORGANIC) tomatoes, apples, really dark chocolate [substitute organic cacao beans whipped up in your smoothies] and drinking green tea may stimulate extra protection for your skin.

More here…

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